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When walking through the French Quarter in New Orleans, you must be impressed by the historic housing styles Creole cottages. The typical Creole cottage is composed of one Chimney, two gabled windows, two doors and two windows. Comparing with these structural elements of Creole cottage, building a Scrum Master community also needs to take consideration comprehensively about the key elements, such as business goal, purpose, methodology, tools and alignment.

The “Creole Cottage” pattern is abstracted from a real-life experience. It’s a practical and hands on pattern to help building a Scrum Master community while solving company-wide problems to achieve business goal. It can be said to kill three birds with one stone.

 

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